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Marx Brothers: My Favorite Pictures: No. 18-The Marx Brothers
List of the Brothers favorites

 

- New York Sun, 08 Oct 1938

Marx, Chico: Why You Laugh

 

- Screen And Radio Weekly, supplement to the Rockford Register-Republic Newspaper, 22 May 1937

Marx, Chico: Time Marches on for the Marxes

 

- New York Times, 18 Sep 1938

Marx, Chico: Here's my All-American Football Selections for 1950
This magazine has also an ad for Chico's show "College Bowl"

 

- TV Forecast, 09 Dec 1950

Marx, Groucho: Marx Bros.' Explanation [letter]

 

- Variety, 11 Aug 1922

Marx, Groucho: Marx of Humor

 

- Judge, 21 Feb 1925

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Vaudeville Talk

 

- The New Yorker, 20 Jun 1925

Marx, Groucho: A Lift From Groucho Marx

 

- New York Herald Tribune, 06 Jan 1926

- Theatre Magazine, Jan 1929

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: My Life in Art

 

- New York World, 07 Mar 1926

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: The Seriousness of Being Humorous

 

- St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 13 Nov 1927

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Up from Pantages

 

- New York Times, 10 Jun 1928

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: This Theatrical Business

 

- New York Times, 27 Jan 1929

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: We Stand Corrected

 

- The New Yorker, 02 Feb 1929

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: What Is Wrong with the Theater

 

- New York Morning Telegraph, 17 Feb 1929

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Press Agents I Have Known

 

- The New Yorker, 09 Mar 1929

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: The Return of the Four Mad Prodigals

 

- New York Times, 21 Apr 1929

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Buy it, Put It Away, and Forget About It

 

- The New Yorker, 04 May 1929

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: When I Was Young And Charming
Groucho writes about show business twenty years ago (that makes it 1909), when the Three Nightingales became the Four Marx Brothers

 

- The Saturday Evening Post, Vol. 201, No. 51, 22 Jun 1929

Marx, Groucho: Holy Smoke

 

- College Humor, Feb 1930

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Beds
A serialization of the book of the same name in 4 parts

 

- College Humor, Sep 1930

- College Humor, Nov 1930

- College Humor, Dec 1930

- College Humor, Jan 1931

Marx, Groucho: My Poor Wife

 

- Collier's, 20 Dec 1930

- in: "The Marx Brothers: A Bio-Bibliography", 1987

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Bad Days Are Good Memories

 

- The Saturday Evening Post, 29 Aug 1931

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Another Bedtime Story
Excerpts from Groucho's book "Beds"

 

- Hooey, Jul 1932

Marx, Groucho: Movie Glossary

 

- Hollywood Reporter, 19 Sep 1932

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Our Father and Us

 

- Redbook, Mar 1933

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: The Outline of Love

 

- Liberty, 3 parts in consecutive weekly issues, 1933-06-10/17/24

- reprint: Liberty Then & Now, 1, no.12 (all 3 parts), 1974, Spring

Marx, Groucho: One of the Marks to Shoot At

 

- New York Times, 07 Jan 1934

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: That Marx Guy, Again
Letter

 

- Variety, 28 Aug 1934

- in: "The Groucho Phile", p199, 1976

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Mackerel for Xmas

 

- Variety, 01 Jan 1936

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: The Truth about Captain Spaulding

 

- The Kalmar and Ruby Songbook, Dec 1936

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Night Life of the Gods

 

- Variety, 03 Jan 1940

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: What This Country Needs

 

- This Week, 16 Jun 1940

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Life Begins for Father

 

- Reader's Digest, Jul 1940

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: How I Beat the Social Game

Liberty Magazine /  / 1940-10-19 /

- Liberty Magazine, 19 Oct 1940

- reprint: Liberty, The Nostalgia Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1971, Fall

Marx, Groucho: "My Best Friend is a Dog ..."

 

- This Week, 1941 c.

- in: "The Groucho Phile", p187, 1976

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Do You Know Enough to Go Home?

 

- New York Herald Tribune Sunday Supplement 'This Week', 23 Mar 1941

Marx, Groucho: Sh-h-h-h!

 

- This Week, 23 Nov 1941

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Many Happy Returns (Book Preview)

 

- Saturday Review, 24 Jan 1942

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Groucho Marx Insists 'Variety' Plug His Book

 

- Variety, 04 Feb 1942

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Groucho Marx Rebuttals

 

- Variety, 11 Mar 1942

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Dear Simon & Schuster

 

- Hollywood Reporter, 24 Sep 1942

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Letterature

 

- Hollywood Reporter, 29 Oct 1942

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Groucho Marx Turns Himself For Scrap

 

- New York Herald Tribune Sunday Supplement 'This Week', 08 Nov 1942

- in: "The Groucho Phile", p195, 1976

Marx, Groucho: Yes, We Have No Petrol

 

- Variety, 25 Nov 1942

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: How to Crank a House

 

- This Week, New York Herald Tribune, 04 Apr 1943

Marx, Groucho: Groucho Marx's Back-to-the-Soil Movement Flivs

 

- Variety, 05 May 1943

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Your Butcher Is Your Best Critic

 

- Variety, 14 Jul 1943

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: How to Build a Secret Weapon

 

- This Week, 07 Nov 1943

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Groucho's New Idea

 

- Variety, 10 Nov 1943

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Just Another Anniversary

 

- Variety, 05 Jan 1944

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Groucho Marx Gives Kidding-on-the-Square Pitch for Hosp Shows

 

- Variety, 23 Aug 1944

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: And That's Why Groucho Is Not Going Into Vaude

 

- Variety, 30 Aug 1944

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: The Customers Always Write
'Trade Winds'-Column

 

- Saturday Review, 22 Dec 1945

Marx, Groucho: How to Be a Spy
Part of the promotion for "A Night in Casablanca"

 

- This Week, New York Herald Tribune, 16 Feb 1946

- in: "The Marx Brothers: A Bio-Bibliography", 1987

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Uncle Julius

 

- Hollywood Reporter, 13 Mar 1946

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Groucho Clears It Up
(a letter to the editor)

 

- Time, 13 May 1946

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: And That's Why I Won't Imitate the Four Hawaiians

 

- Variety, 30 Oct 1946

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Standing Room Only

 

- This Week, 17 Nov 1946

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: (Column)

 

- Variety, Jun 1947

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Grouchoisms

 

- New York Post, 12 Jul 1947

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: The Role I Liked Best ...

 

- Saturday Evening Post, 08 Mar 1948

Marx, Groucho: Why Harpo Doesn't Talk

 

- This Week, 12 Dec 1948

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Groucho: Run for Your Career, Boys

 

- Hollywood Reporter, 28 Apr 1949

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: An Apology

 

- The Nation, 1950-09-9

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: I Admit I'm a Social Outcast in Hollywood But It Doesn't Worry me!

 

- Variety

- in: Green, Abel (ed.): "The Spice of Variety", Henry Holt and Company, pp184-188, New York, NY, 1952

Marx, Groucho: I Never Could Grow a Moustache

 

- Coronet, Mar 1955

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Groucho and me - a sort of autobiography
Long excerpt from the book

 

- McCall's, Jun 1959

Marx, Groucho: Life with Groucho

 

- Popular Giant, New York, NY, 1960

Marx, Groucho: Groucho Takles 'The Mikado'

 

- TV Guide, 23 Apr 1960

Marx, Groucho: My 2¢ Worth

 

- Los Angeles Mirror, 15 Feb 1961

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: Groucho's Who's Who of Ha-Ha's
with Leslie Lieber

 

- This Week, 11 Mar 1962

Marx, Groucho: Whenever I Think of Scotch, I recall the Immortal Words of My Brother Harpo
Willard R. Espy claims to have ghosted this ad

 

- Advertorial for Teacher's Scotch, 1973, Fall

- in: "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories", 1993

Marx, Groucho: The Forward Pass

 

- in: "The Groucho Phile", p62, 1976

Marx, Groucho: King Lear

 

- Tele-Views

- in: "The Essential Groucho", 2000

Marx, Gummo: The Fifth Marx Brother

 

- Warman (ed.): "Preview 1957", Andrew Dakers, London, UK, 1956

Marx, Harpo: The Bridgeplayer's Bedside Companion
has a dust jacket blurb by Harpo

 

Marx, Harpo: Harpo Turns Over a New Leaf, Finds Sin in Filmland Phone Book

 

- New York Post, 18 Apr 1950

Marx, Harpo: Plenty of Guts

 

- Esquire, Nov 1950

Marx, Harpo: My Brother Groucho

 

- Coronet, Feb 1951

Marx, Harpo: Excerpts from "Harpo Speaks!"

 

- McCall's magazine, May 1961

Marx, Harpo: Harpo Marx: Spy
Long excerpt from "Harpo Speaks" about his trip to Russia. Great illustration.

 

- Argosy, Vol. 352, No.6, Jun 1961 / Magazine describes itself as "The largest selling fiction fact magazine for men"

Marx, Harpo: Harpo's Hilarious History of the Great Practical Jokes of Our Time

 

- This Week, 16 Jul 1961

Ronald Searle: From Frozen North to Filthy Lucre (with remarks by Groucho Marx and commentaries by Jane Clapperton)
The "remarks" directed to Ronald Searle are very short: "My knowledge of art is infinitesimal. I know that Rembrandt was deaf (no, that was Beethoven). I know that Van Gogh got hungry one day and cut off his own ear and that Toulouse-Lautrec walked around on his knees. And that's about it. So for me to write an extended frontpiece for Ronald Searle's collection would not only kill the sale of this book, but would also ruin what is left of my vanishing career. However, it does not need the curator of the Museum of Modern Art to tell the world that Mr. Searle is a genius. Whatever the price, the buyer will be getting all the best of it. Groucho Marx"

 

- Viking, New York, NY, 1964, Library of Congress: 64-23351

- Heinemann, London, UK, 1964

- (deutsch) Desch, München, Germany, 1967
   titled: Vom Goldrausch zum Geldfieber. Ein Amerikabuch

Thackrey, Ted: Gambling Secrets of Nick the Greek. Introduction by Groucho Marx

 

- Rand McNally, Chicago, IL, 1968, Library of Congress: 68-28073 (ISBN-13: 9786828075)

Thompson, Sylvia Vaughn: Economy Gastronomy
(by the daughter of Arthur Sheekman and Gloria Stuart) This book has a Groucho recipe

 

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